The Estes Park Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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We were woken at 4am by the dull noise of a train horn in the hills, a nice sound I associated with movies. But after regular blasts for half hour or so the train arrived & passed Steamboat thankfully! After falling back to sleep we rose early & wandered up the high street to Johnny B Goods diner for breakfast. I saw a real Cowboy!!!!! …
... down rain any minute. We just trekked back to the one stop we knew and wouldn't you know, didn't beat the rain. We finally got on the shuttle with all the other soaking wet people and went back to KOA. When the rain stopped, we grilled out in front of our cabin and toasted some marshmallows. It was also freezing cold outside by now. Our KOA was right by Lake Estes and they do a big fireworks show over the lake. ...
... there it was in a huge forest. The trees all had to be cut down because they were dead or dying from the Pine Bark Beetle. It is a native beetle but the warmer winters combined with lack of rain and no natural fires have caused them to be much more abundant. There are whole mountains sides full of dead and dying trees on the west side of the park. We continued down some very sharp switchbacks to the Colorado River Trailhead. We walked ...
... include Irish dancing and bands,
but in reality I think more appropriate to call it a pan-Celtic festival with a
smattering of Welsh and Breton representation as well.
My favorite is the Highland Games, a series of strength
competitions with many of the same events you might see on a “World’s Strongest
Man” competition on ESPN. Those include the very Scottish Cabre Toss which
involves lifting and tossing what looks like a telephone ...
... in the Southern Wild. Very interesting movie. I don't know if they are showing it at home. Take Kleenex.
Tonight, I wanted to let Rodney experience Jax. They have all kinds of seafood (mostly stuff I can't eat) and since Rod loves crab and such, I think he had a great tummy experience. I had the Colorado Trout and it was incredible. There were artichokes, capers, fingerling potatoes... I can't remember what else but it was the ...